I was in line for coffee at the Business Innovation Factory (BIF) Summit this past September and was starting to get jittery. I began making conversation with the guy in front of me to distract myself,
Funding from the Department of Energy gives researchers an opportunity to develop a better sources of diesel. Researchers at the University of Michigan are working on a way to make renewable diesel fuel
It's Official: A Massive Sleep Study of 44,000 People Shows Exactly How Much Sleep You Need Each Night
Did you get enough sleep last night? No matter who you are or where you live, the researchers behind a massive new scientific study on sleep say they can tell you exactly how much sleep you should get.
We're not talking plant-based. We're talking plants only. For years, five servings of fruits and vegetables seemed to be the benchmark of a healthy diet. No one was eating enough of them. Then, last year,
Facial recognition may soon be coming to an airport security line near you. Earlier this week, the Transportation Security Administration released a 23-page report outlining changes it is proposing on
I have flipped more than 155 houses in my career, and while I am still learning, I have figured out a few things over the years. One mistake I see many new flippers make is in how they remodel a house.
It could rival the bursting dot-com and real estate bubbles of 2000 and 2008 Amid the havoc Hurricane Michael caused on blocks of waterfront property in Mexico Beach, Florida, a single home stood out the
The world of work is changing faster than most realize. Human-like robots can now deliver the news, service you in retail stores and restaurants, lift a patient from a chair or bed or even be your therapist.
A new master’s degree offering from MOOC platform EdX and seven partner universities allows online learners to earn a post-baccalaureate diploma at a fraction of the cost of a traditional program. For
Science & Innovation Cyanobacteria were long thought to need the sun to survive. But a new study suggests otherwise and hints at fresh possibilities for life on Mars. The Iberian Pyrite Belt in southwestern
Brain health is key to successful ageing, and it involves several mental functions including memory, reasoning and planning. Memory defines who we are – without memory we have no past, cannot plan for
We asked insurance workers where they'd live in the US to avoid future natural disasters — here's what they said
Hurricane Michael made landfall on Florida's Gulf Coast on Wednesday before making its way toward Georgia, the Carolinas, and Virginia. Already, the storm has killed at least 13 people and left hundreds
These staggering statistics largely stem from the fact that an estimated 20% of Americans suffer from a sleep disorder, while 35% fail to register the recommended 7 hours of sleep needed for the body feel
The L4 is just one of several gun designs the ground-combat branch has considered in recent years as it attempts to replace older weapons. An independent gunsmith working out of a garage in Colorado has
Some nice momentum for privacy-focused search engine DuckDuckGo which has just announced it’s hit 30 million daily searches a year after reaching 20M — a year-on-year increase of 50%. Hitting the first
The burden of the disease is shifting to younger generations — and puzzling researchers. It’s one of the mysteries that has puzzled cancer epidemiologists: Why are younger and younger people becoming with